Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay has been revealed in a live stream demo and the game is very detailed indeed. CDPR said that the game will be supported on next-generation hardware and it seems that the game will support the upcoming Nvidia RTX technology. The demo seemed to have some RTX features as well. A screenshot of the settings of the game has been revealed and you can check it out below:
From the Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay that we have seen, the level of detail is very immersive and while people had an issue with the first person perspective of the game, it seems to be fine. When you are driving the camera can go into the third person, that comes in handy. People asked the Cyberpunk official Twitter account if this was indeed true, there was no confirmation from the devs and it seems that they are not ready to talk about the matter right now.
It is possible that CDPR is testing Ray Tracing to see what it has to offer and whether or not it can be optimized properly on PC. From the screenshot it can be confirmed but seeing how the devs are not willing to confirm that matter right now, it is possible that this is subject to change.
Although Ray Tracing has not been confirmed by the developer, it is worth mentioning that the feature will be exclusive to PC but there still hope, it will get to consoles in a generation or two but not right now. Battlefield producer David Sirland touched on the matter and the following is what he had to say in this regard:
Gameplay standpoint it will change a lot of things, so I hope standardization happens fast. I normally could care less about how stuff looks, as it results in worse gameplay.
Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay is very impressive indeed and you should check out the demo if you have not done so till now. For more information regarding Cyberpunk 2077, stay tuned.
Let us know what you think about Cyberpunk 2077 and whether or not you are interested in playing the game when it comes out.